I was given a copy of this book, one I’ve wanted to read for a while, and while enjoyed isn’t the right term because the things brought up in the book are sad, tragic, horrible and reminded me of the injustices man does to man. It also reminded me that there is wisdom in Native American culture, valuable lessons we’ve yet to learn.. The book was written in a way that made it easy to read and kept me reading. It made me question what I knew about the history of Native Americans, and taught me things about how I think. It is worth reading and thinking about afterward. It will influence what I write going forward with Tommy Galiwee and “Bula Bridge” and for that I have to thank the author, Kent Nerburn.